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Strategies for Discovering Influence. Part I. Using the Dictionary to Discover Influence. Dictionary Strategy. 1. Read for Comprehension. 2.Read for References to Objects and Images. Reading for Comprehension. Assumption. Knowledge. Gaps in understanding.

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Dictionary strategy

Dictionary Strategy

1.Read for Comprehension

2.Read for References to Objects and Images



  • Knowledge

  • Gaps in understanding



Personal

  • Knowledge

Information

  • Gaps In Understanding

Transformation through research





Objects images

Objects/Images process

Literal - Machine

Implied - Some kind of diagram is implied by the words ‘plan’ and ‘scheme’

Impulsive - The embroidery is making me think of branding



Dictionary strategy recap

Dictionary Strategy Recap process

1.Read for Comprehension

Literal – test your assumptions

Implied – potential connections to other words and

concepts

Impulsive –meaning that reminds you of other things

2.Read for References to Objects and Images

Literal – what’s there

Implied – words that imply objects

Impulsive – words that remind you of objects






Article investigation strategy

Article Investigation Strategy process

2. Read for References to Objects and Images, etc.

1. Read for comprehension




Main Points process

Dairy farmers are using pedometers to increase milk production and check the health of their herds. The devices, which are fitted to the cows’ legs and send data to a computer, have been offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain. The system show when a cow is ready to breed, which can improve milk production, or when a cow is unwell, by measuring the distance they walk. They walk further when they are ready to be inseminated and less when they feel ill. Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield, said that the system had been an instant success.


Argument Points process

Computer system shows when cows are ready to breed.

This improves milk production and is a measure of how the cow is ‘feel’ing

Offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain

Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield say it is successful [so it must be]


Counter Points process

Computer systems are not fool proof

No one knows the feelings of cows

The Asda supermarket chain has something to gain if farmers use their computers

Chris and Margie Hall, are only one sample of the American Dairy Farmer population




OBJECTS process

Dairy farmers are using pedometers to increase milk production and check the health of their herds. The devices, which are fitted to the cows’ legs and send data to a computer, have been offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain. The system show when a cow is ready to breed, which can improve milk production, or when a cow is unwell, by measuring the distance they walk. They walk further when they are ready to be inseminated and less when they feel ill. Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield, said that the system had been an instant success.




MATERIALS process

Dairy farmers are using pedometers to increase milk production and check the health of their herds. The devices, which are fitted to the cows’ legs and send data to a computer, have been offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain. The system show when a cow is ready to breed, which can improve milk production, or when a cow is unwell, by measuring the distance they walk. They walk further when they are ready to be inseminated and less when they feel ill. Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield, said that the system had been an instant success.


Article investigation strategy recap

Article Investigation Strategy Recap process

  • 2. Read for References to Objects and Images, etc.

    • Literal Reference

    • Implied Reference

    • Impulsive Reference

Read for comprehension

Find the main points that interest you

Identify argument points

Counter argument points with your opinion when applicable

  • For longer articles:

    • Small paragraphs

    • Highlighted segments

    • Synopsis of whole argument and counter





CONTEXT process

Dairy farmers are using pedometers to increase milk production and check the health of their herds. The devices, which are fitted to the cows’ legs and send data to a computer, have been offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain. The system show when a cow is ready to breed, which can improve milk production, or when a cow is unwell, by measuring the distance they walk(a road). They walk further when they are ready to be inseminated (the bedroom) and less when they feel ill. Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield, said that the system had been an instant success.




Image strategy
Image Strategy process

Read for objects, materials, contexts, and processes

2. Read for Meaning: your perspective

3. Read for Meaning: others’ perspective

4. Read for potential use and meaning






4 read for potential use and meaning
4. Read for processpotential use and meaning


Image strategy recap
Image Strategy Recap process

  • Read for objects, materials, contexts, and processes

    • Literal Reference

    • Implied Reference

    • Impulsive Reference

      2. Read for Meaning: your perspective

    • What are its parts?

    • Are there parts that are more important than the whole?

    • What could the image/object convey to someone about your topic?

  • Read for Meaning: others’ perspective

    • What do you anticipate others will see in it?

    • Name possible perspectives that others might come up with

    • What in the photo inspires those perceptions?

  • Read for potential use and meaning

    • What things reference or represent your topic or aspects of it?

    • How could the image/object be changed or manipulated?

    • Where else could the image/objects be placed?

    • What else could be placed with this image or object?

    • Where could this image/object exist?




  • Process process

    Dairy farmers are using pedometers to increase milk production and check the health of their herds. The devices, which are fitted to the cows’ legs and send data to a computer, have been offered to farmers by the Asda supermarket chain. The system show when a cow is ready to breed, which can improve milk production, or when a cow is unwell, by measuring the distance they walk. They walk further when they are ready to be inseminated(insemination) and less when they feel ill. Chris and Margie Hall, who have a farm near Huddersfield, said that the system had been an instant success.


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